Trigena Gillmore is about to become a mother, but she never wanted children. Her wife, Dr. Karri Gillmore, PhD, is pregnant. Karri’s been dreaming about being a mom for as long as she can remember. Trigena is so in love with her wife, she agreed to the insemination to make Karrie happy. Trig thought she had plenty of time to get used to the idea of being a parent, but Karrie got pregnant on the first attempt. The baby is only a few months away, and Trigena’s fears run deep. The stress has made everything more difficult, and Trigena must keep it all inside. She can escape it all, but the loss might be too much.
|Publisher:||Bold Strokes Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Jan Gayle was raised in a small farming community in central Illinois. Upon graduating from college with a B.S. in social studies education, Jan joined the U.S. Air Force. She later accepted a commission and served for twenty years as an Air Force officer. As a new lieutenant, she deployed to Desert Storm. She returned to the Middle East for another deployment to Operation Iraqi Freedom fourteen years later. While on active duty, Jan visited over forty countries and was assigned to locations all over the United States. She continues to work for the Air Force as a civil servant, but her true passion is her small woodworking business where she builds custom wood furniture. Jan lives with her wife Jules and their two boys. She started writing on a dare and was immediately hooked.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book felt like a fresh take on the romance novel since it occurs ten years into an existing solid and sexy relationship. It’s also a very realistic story where the main characters worry about their jobs and money. The main characters are relatable and interesting. There is an unexpected resolution to the conflict with the character, Karrie, and her father, which adds intrigue to the story. A significant concern of the character, Trigena, was how her and Karrie would stand as a couple after the baby arrived and I was hoping for a bit more one on one time with them at the end of the book to solidify their future, but all in all a great fun read!